Zoo Party & Cemetery Film Screening: How to Spend a Weekend in Los Angeles (July 15-17)


Zoo Party & Cemetery Film Screening: How to Spend a Weekend in LA (15-17 July)

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What: A walk through the maze and garden< /p>

When: Friday-Sunday, July 15-17

Where: Peace Awareness Labyrinth 3500 W Adams Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90018

More details:This event is a great option for those who want to not only take a carefree walk, but also work their heads to get out of the maze. In addition, visitors can enjoy a meditation garden with sounds of nature and a tour of the mansion.

Price: $6


What: Theatre in the park

When: Friday-Sunday, July 15-17

Where: Old Zoo Griffith Park Dr Los Angeles

More:Every summer, theater fans watch their favorite works come to life. Weekly Independent Shakespeare Co. puts on a series of spectacular productions and invites the audience to enjoy the performances. This year they will see “Macbeth” by William Shakespeare and “Knight of the Burning Pestle” by Francis Beaumont. Only a maximum of 450 people can attend one performance, so you must book your visit in advance.

Price: Free


What: Party at the Zoo

Zoo Party & Cemetery Film Screening: LA Weekend Experience (July 15-17)

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When: Friday, July 15 from 6pm

Where: Los Angeles Zoo, 5333 Zoo Dr Los Angeles, CA 90027

More:This is an adult meeting at the Los Angeles Zoo. The location was created specifically to make new acquaintances in a comfortable atmosphere and just communicate with other people. Guests of the event will be treated to delicious food and drinks, including wine and craft beer.

Price: $20-25


< p>What: Tour “Red Square in the times of the USSR”

When: Saturday, July 16, from 17: 00

Where: Online

More: On this tour, you will see one of the most beautiful main squares and learn about Russia's complex history. You will be told about important events that took place here, in particular, the first protest in the Soviet years, and how the decision of one person could change the face of the iconic square.

Price: Free


What: Strange Nights at The Autry

When: Saturday, July 16 from 5:00 pm

Where: The Autry Museum in Griffith Park 4700 Western Heritage Way Los Angeles 90027

More : During Strange Nights at The Autry, guests will be amazed by the variety of vendors, sets, bars, food trucks with delicacies, as well as children's entertainment, DJs and much more.

Until 21:00, access to The Autry gallery will be open. Parking at The Autry and the zoo across the street is free.

Cost: $5


What: < /b>Showing a movie in a graveyard

Party at the zoo and film screening at the cemetery: how to spend a weekend in Los Angeles (July 15-17)

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< b>When:Saturday, July 16 at 9:00 pm

Where: Hollywood Forever Cemetery, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 9003

More : July 16, visitors will be shown the film “Showgirls”.

Young dancer Nomi Malone comes to Las Vegas to make her mark and enter the glittering world of bright lights, glitter and light. The driver who brought the heroine to the city takes the passenger to the casino and leaves with all her money and things. In shock, Nomi nearly gets hit by a passing car, but is rescued by an African-American girl named Molly. The unfortunate woman lives with her. Molly works as a costume designer for the city's famous erotic show at the fashionable Stardust Hotel.

Nomi becomes a stripper at a mid-range club. She does it well, she is popular with visitors and respected by other girls and management.

One day, with the help of Molly, Nomi gets backstage at the Stardust show and meets local star Crystal Connors, for whom she has mixed feelings from the first conversation. Krystal tells Nomi how to become a prima: “When there is no one left around you, you will be on top.”

Cost: $22


What: Russian Cuisine Festival

When: Sunday, July 17, from 4:30 pm< /p>

Where: Online

Read more:This online festival is an introduction to Russian cuisine. On this tour, you'll learn about one of Moscow's trendiest markets, where Russians not only stock up on groceries, but also dine or dine in one of the food courts. You will be told about the most popular Russian desserts and what ingredients Russians like to add everywhere. You will learn the recipe for every Russian's secret cure for a hangover and what dish Russian men think they know how to cook, even though they really don't. Find out why Russians eat traditional foods and what Soviet food habits Russians have.

Price: Free


Dear readers! Please note that due to the coronavirus epidemic, some events may be canceled or rescheduled to other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the websites of the organizers.

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In addition, look for interesting events for each day of the week in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends. Before visiting, check the organizers' websites for details and venues, as they may change.

Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to [email protected]


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